Town explores boat storage lot on site owned by FP&L

Community Wednesday, February 19, 2014

  The Town of Miami Lakes is working with Florida Power & Light to create a storage site for boats and commercial vehicles owned by Miami Lakes residents. At the Town Council’s February 11 meeting, Town Manager Alex Rey requested funding of $500 for an application fee in order to begin a FP&L review process of the proposal. The town has identified a location near the corner of N.W. 77 Avenue and 145 Street, as the best...
Miami Lakes Neighborhood Improvement Committee, under the chairmanship of Joshua Dieguez, will be launching a new Town Cleanup Program. The first event will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 15. Volunteers are being asked to meet at the parking lot of Barbara Goleman Senior High School, 14100 N.W. 89 Avenue. For more information, contact Gina Inguanzo at 305-364-6100, ext. 1138, or by email at inguanzog@miamilakes-fl.gov.
  On January 22, the Town of Miami Lakes celebrated the unveiling of Madden’s Hammock artifacts that were recently returned from the University of Florida’s Museum of Natural History at the request of Vice Mayor Manny Cid. Miami-Dade historian Robert Carr, one of the original archeologists involved in the Hammock excavation, provided a fascinating presentation about the historical background of Madden’s Hammock and...

Natural gas feasibility survey to be launched

Community Friday, February 14, 2014

  In a follow up from a Town Hall meeting called by Councilmember Nelson Rodriguez in November, Florida City Gas, the local natural gas utility provider, will be conducting a feasibility study to address the possibility of extending the natural gas lines to the west side of Miami Lakes. Surveys will be mailed to homes that currently do not have access to natural gas lines. “The goal is to save residents money,” said...
  Over 200 elected officials, friends and family gathered on Saturday, January 25, to formally unveil the designation of the Roberto Alonso Community Center at Royal Oaks Park in Miami Lakes. “It was great to see the community come together to celebrate the legacy of Vice Mayor Robert Alonso,” said Mayor Wayne Slaton. “I had the privilege of working alongside this great community leader and I am proud that his legacy...
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